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In a world of increasingly complex and rapidly evolving electronic markets, you need a partner with market-leading technology and global access to the best pools of liquidity. Your executions need to balance the efficiency of extracting liquidity while controlling market impact and maintaining anonymity. Our trading solutions are engineered by the best in the industry, connecting you to our global depths of liquidity and the expertise of Deutsche Bank to help you manage it.
Through Autobahn, Deutsche Bank's electronic distribution service, we provide clients with access to Deutsche Bank's suite of electronic trading applications. Equity clients can manage executions, access intelligence and trade on opportunities through our award-winning Direct Market Access platform and sophisticated algorithm suite. We call this Smarter Liquidity.
Autobahn maintains offices in London, New York, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Singapore and Sydney.
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